UCAW Schedule of Events & Support Materials
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DACAmented and Undocumented Info for College Tuition:
UTAH HOUSE BILL 144
Utah House Bill 144 (HB 144) is a State law that passed in 2002. HB 144 allows qualifying undocumented and DACAmented students to pay in-state tuition, the same rate as Utah residents if they attend a Utah college or university.
Utah Senate Bill 253 (2015)
As of May 12, 2015, Utah SB 253 makes it so any student who graduates from a Utah high school (regardless of high school graduation year) IS NOT required to provide proof of lawful U.S. presence for scholarships or tuition waivers in Utah’s public colleges and universities (link). Therefore, regardless if the student has or does not have DACA, as long as they have graduated from a Utah high school, they may apply to privately funded scholarships administered by a Utah public colleges or university!
For more information visit Educate Utah
Look up your English Teacher by A or B day to view the day your class will participate in UCAW.
Director, Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs
Senior Assembly: October 28th 10am